Kevin Nealon, Norm MacDonald, Jon Lovitz and Victoria Jackson come to the Aladdin

Jan 1, 2002 12:57 AM

Four of the most memorable personalities from Saturday Night Live, NBC’s late-night comedy institution, will visit the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts on Saturday night. Norm MacDonald, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Nealon and Victoria Jackson will join forces to revisit some of their most popular SNL characters and themes and present new material. Tickets for the 8 p.m. show, priced at $35 and $45, are available at the Aladdin box office or by phone at (702) 785-5000 or toll-free at (866) 477-5267.

Two-time Emmy nominee Jon Lovitz developed a reputation for scene stealing during his years on Saturday Night Live. His most memorable characters include The Devil and Tommy Flanagan, the president of Pathological Liars Anonymous and alleged husband of Morgan Fairchild, who often exclaimed, “Yeah, that’s the ticket!” Lovitz film credits include The Wedding Singer, A League of Their Own, City Slickers II, Big and Three Amigos.

Norm MacDonald, star of the ABC sitcom Norm, delivered “the fake news” on SNL for five seasons. His offbeat delivery and cynical stance made him a viewer favorite on the show and in feature films like Billy Madison and The People vs. Larry Flynt.

Emmy nominee Kevin Nealon, is the longest tenured cast member in SNL history. From 1986 to 1995, Nealon entertained TV audiences with his profound dry wit and unforgettable characters like The Subliminal Man, Hans of Hans and Franz, and Mr. No Depth Perception. He also offered astute impersonations of Larry King and Sam Donaldson.

The gregarious Victoria Jackson is known for her movie roles and 22 Tonight Show appearances as well as memorable characterizations and musical numbers from six years on Saturday Night Live. Jackson’s act includes her memorable “handstand poetry” as well as her raucous, high-pitched musical numbers, in which the artist accompanies herself on ukulele.